Buy Newcastle by the Saudi sovereign wealth fund in October 2021 unleashing an unprecedented wave of rumours. Which famous footballer would likely change his team was “plugged” to the “magpie”Bale, Coutinho, Keylor Navas, Cavani, Icardi…
Newcastle went from the stars to the market, betting on a more sustainable transfer policy, but this did not diminish the rumors. on the contrary. Now, with the “Magpie” fighting to get into the Champions League by the Premier, They put Messi, Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo in the orbit of the St James’ Park team.
However, his coach, Eddie Howe, categorically denies this: “Many of the names that have come up are not accurate. They hook us up with different players, they’re all amazing, but we can’t sign like that. We have to hire wisely.”
“From a financial point of view, we can’t even come close to paying for these players’ transfers and salaries, because they are the best in the world. The market is much more complex: You can’t just pick a name and bring it in,” Howe insists.
We are not in a financial position to come close to paying the transfers and salaries of these players, because they are the best in the world.
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“We have to pick the right players. The best thing is to spot them before they explode all over the world. We have to find young talent and turn them into players we think they can. I know in which direction I want to take the team and what we can and cannot do in the market.”